Union Square Hospitality Group said Thursday it plans to close Tabla, the New York-based company’s upscale Indian restaurant, at the end of the year. The sprawling 283-seat restaurant, which is scheduled to shut its doors Dec. 30, marks the first establishment Danny Meyer, founder and chief executive of USHG, has been forced to close. Michelle Lehmann, Meyer’s spokeswoman, called the 12-year-old restaurant a casualty of the economic downturn. “Essentially, the number of ...

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